LAHORE - Maintaining that being a most conscientious political strength in the country having shown responsible political behaviour, the Pakistan Peoples Party will not indulge itself in the politics of revenge and vendetta. "The future of Pakistan is intertwined with sustainability of democracy and the democratic institutions. However, this sustainability is interrelated to the continuity of the political process and the PPP will not allow any deadlock in the political system nor will it allow this system to succumb to any 'adventure'." This was stated by Federal Minister for Parliamentary Affairs, Dr Babar Awan while addressing a press conference at the residence of Senior Minister Punjab Raja Riaz Ahmad here on Saturday. IT Minister Farooq Ghurki, Naveed Ch, Zekrya Butt and other PPP leaders were also present. Babar Awan maintained that PPP had strived hard in partnership with the people of Pakistan for the democratic system adding that the blood of late PM Benazir Bhutto and about a thousand other PPP diehards was laid for the democracy in the country and this democracy would not be allowed to succumb to any 'adventurism'. "Some elements are creating impression of instability of democratic set up which is totally wrong. We will ensure continuity of the democracy and it will also be strengthened. The PM and the President are also playing their part for the cause of the democracy," he maintained. Babar Awan hoped that the change of president in the USA would be economically beneficial to Pakistan and its international role would also get new significance during the Obama rule. ""The change in America's administration will help in strengthening the economy of Pakistan as non-military financial assistance for Pakistan has been increased three times," he said adding that both the previous governments of Benazir Bhutto and Nawaz Sharif had approached the IMF for loan and approval of the IMF loan for Pakistan was a proof that the international institutions have full confidence in the present government. Babar Awan further hoped that both the political partners in the Punjab would further improve their bilateral relations, as a message of good governance should be given to the world. Dr. Babar Awan pointed out that the PPP was committed to strengthen and facilitate all the five political governments in the federating units and hoped that the government in Punjab would be run more smoothly. "It is our earnest desire to improve the international image of the country and steer Pakistan to new heights and developments," he said. Babar Awan said that unified struggle was necessary to face the challenges adding that things are improving because of federal government's efforts. Replying to a question, he said that the parleys between Punjab Chief Minister Shahbaz Sharif and President Asif Ali Zardari would also continue in future as well adding that there was no room for dictatorship in the political system and the PPP would continue federal parliamentary politics. "It was a routine meeting as Asif Ali Zardari, in the capacity of PPP Co-Chairman, also meet with other political leaders. The PPP believes in federation and committed to strengthen democracy in the country. The world is looking towards Pakistan, and we have to promote the image that democracy is successfully working," he said While further talking about the Punjab, he said the government should complete its cabinet soon and PPP would be given its due share in the cabinet as per power sharing formula. "The PPP will continue its support to PML-N in the Punjab, and if PML-N adheres to the power sharing formula, then there will no conflict between two coalition partners," he said adding that more than 70 task forces had been constituted, while the elected parliamentarians were not given due responsibilities in this regard. Dr Awan said the committee formed by the centre for ensuring smooth functioning of coalition government in the province would play its role effectively for the success of coalition. He hoped that the PPP government was committed to overcome the challenges facing the country.